Paris has its Eiffel Tower, New York its Statue of Liberty, Sydney its Harbour Bridge.Johannesburg opened the largest cable-stayed bridge in southern Africa. Who else to name it after but Nelson Mandela, the man who led South Africa across the apartheid divide?
The 284 metre long bridge crosses over 42 operational railway lines in linking Braamfontein and the north of Johannesburg to Ne...
Power plant near Kriel (east of Johannesburg), South Africa. Seems to show at least six cooling towers; best information available seems to indicate facility is a Thermal Power Station, rather than nuclear.
The Republic of Namibia is a country in southwestern Africa, on the Atlantic coast. It is bordered by Angola and Zambia to the north, Botswana to the east, and South Africa to the south. It gained independence from South Africa in 1990, and as such it is one of the youngest nations in the world. Its capital is Windhoek.
For more look at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Namibia
The Tour will take place from May to July 2009, with 7 provincial games being played alongside the 3 match test series.
Match 1 - 30 May - Highveld XV - Rustenburg
Match 2 - 3 June - Golden Lions - Johannesburg
Match 3 - 6 June - Free State Cheetahs - Bloemfontein
Match 4 - 10 June - Natal Sharks - Durban
Match 5 - 13 June - Western Province - C...
This real boat (it is not a copy!) wrecked on the beach of Port-Barcarès, south of France, is actually a casino.
Built and inaugurated in Denmark in 1931 with the name of Moonta, this boat was a cruiser in Australia till 1951.
Sold, modified, it becomes a ferry between Marseille and Beirut, with the name of Lydia.
Sold in 1967, it becomes the symbol of the new tourist town...
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